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One-Word Wednesday

We enjoyed lunch with C.J. at the Farmhouse Café last Saturday on the Sam Houston State campus. He has his last final today.

We enjoyed lunch with C.J. at the Farmhouse Café last Saturday on the Sam Houston State campus. He has his last final today and then returns home. Yay!

Love!

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One-Word Wednesday

The Mister and I celebrated our anniversary at Hungry’s Café, where we enjoyed our first dinner together in 1988.

The Mister and I celebrated our anniversary at Hungry’s Café, where we enjoyed our first dinner together when we started dating in late 1988.

Twenty-four!

Ahhhh! So young and innocent! Us on our wedding day 24 years ago.

A lot has changed in 24 years for both of us. I had no gray hairs!

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Now that Jake has his new, expensive tooth, he’s all smiles.

Now that Jake has his new, expensive tooth, he’s all smiles.

Finally!

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I’ve never seen such a hefty bluebonnet before.

This was the first time I had seen such a hefty bluebonnet. It stood out among its skinny pals in our neighboring community’s patch of wildflowers.

Chubby!

And now I’ve seen two of them!

And now I’ve seen two of them!

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What goes up . . . .

What goes up . . . .

Gravity!

. . . must come . . .

. . . must come . . .

. . . down! (Last Saturday’s DockDogs competition in Pearland)

. . . down! (at last Saturday’s DockDogs competition in Pearland)

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The guys played disc golf at Bill Frederick Park in Orlando.

The guys played disc golf at Bill Frederick Park in Orlando during our recent vacation.

Discin’!

Our pal Eric recommended it. It was nice with a lot of trees.

Our pal Eric recommended it. It was nice with a lot of trees, as well as some sand.

C.J. lasers in a putt.

Plus it was a nice change of pace from the theme park.

 

One-Word Wednesday

These first bluebonnets have company now!

These first bluebonnets have company now. Lots of bud-dies!

More!

As one matures, another one blooms.

As one matures, another one blooms.

Soon all of them will be this gorgeous blue-purple.

Soon all of them will be this gorgeous shade of blue-purple.

In another week, these bluebonnets will be pretty big.

Love Texas’ state flower, little and big!